from powells: In JFK and the Unspeakable (Orbis Books), an astonishing new examination of the Kennedy assassination and its meaning today for the struggle for peace, James W. Douglass lays out the journey that led JFK in the course of three years from his position as a traditional Cold Warrior to his determination to break with the logic of the Cold War and lead the world in an entirely different direction.
March 8, 2014 Subject:
When one's worldview supercedes reality
This guy starts by saying he's not an expert on the JFK assassination. That is important, since his whole thesis is the JFK, RFK, MLK, and Malcolm X are all equality great and killed by conspiracy by someone in charge who isn't named.
Aside from the fact that none of these widely different people were killed by conspiracy, but by lone gunmen acting alone, Douglas may not know or may just be in denial about the relationship between Malcolm X and JFK. To clarify it a bit, does he know what Malcolm X said when he heard JFK was first shot? "That Devil's dead" (source is the Autobiography of Malcolm X). Guess that shoots down one more dumb CT theory/worldview.
Not to mention this guy is such a boring speaker.